All posts by Andy Jones-Wilkins

Andy Jones-Wilkins

finished in the top 10 men at the Western States 100 7-straight times. He's sponsored by Patagonia and Drymax socks and is iRunFar's editorialist.

Trail Love Letter: The Duncan Ridge Trail
Trail Love Letter: The Duncan Ridge Trail
on May 7, 2021
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AJW’s love letter to Georgia’s rugged and difficult Duncan Ridge Trail.


Fatigue Resistance and Ultrarunning
Fatigue Resistance and Ultrarunning
on April 30, 2021
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AJW writes about the emergent scientific idea that endurance-athlete performance is linked with high fatigue resistance.


Running Without a Watch
Running Without a Watch
on April 23, 2021
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An essay about the benefits of running without a watch.


Returning the Favor Two Decades Later
Returning the Favor Two Decades Later
on April 9, 2021
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After being crewed by his son Logan many times over the years, AJW writes about crewing him.


Trail Love Letter: The Continental Divide Trail Between Bannock Pass and Janke Lake
Trail Love Letter: The Continental Divide Trail Between Bannock Pass and Janke Lake
on April 2, 2021
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AJW’s love letter to the Continental Divide Trail between Bannock Pass and Janke Lake in Idaho.


The Western States 100 Becomes the Western States 200
The Western States 100 Becomes the Western States 200
on April 1, 2021
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The Western States 100 announces it will becomes the Western States 200 in 2022.


A Wonderful Weekend in the Ozarks
A Wonderful Weekend in the Ozarks
on March 26, 2021
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AJW writes about running the 2021 Three Days of Syllamo stage race in Arkansas.


Getting in the Reps
Getting in the Reps
on March 12, 2021
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An essay about the importance of repetition for success in both life and running.


Trail Love Letter: The Priest and Three Ridges
Trail Love Letter: The Priest and Three Ridges
on March 5, 2021
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AJW’s love letter to the Priest and Three Ridges route.


Training for Transition
Training for Transition
on February 26, 2021
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AJW writes about training for transitions in running and in life.